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MassCUE Spring/Summer 2023
Events & Online Workshops
Professional Learning for Educators and Districts
MassCUE is thrilled to offer BC→DE: Building Capacity through Digital Equity, a 20-hour personalized and customizable professional learning opportunity for all educators, everywhere. Through engaging in a series of choice-based and district-aligned professional learning experiences, our goal is to support you to build your district’s capacity for leveraging technology through an equity lens to level the playing field for your students. Learn more.
Coach Bootcamp
July 31-August 25, 2023, Jen Thomas & Jessica Brittingham
This workshop aims to support educators aspiring to become Technology or Instructional Coaches, and also supports coaches who are relatively new in their coaching role.  The workshop aims to provide coaches with structure, tools, resources, and a PLN that they can access for support. Coaches Jen and Jess will discuss best practices and will support attendees who are interested in incorporating the Google Coaching model into their professional practices. This workshop will be asynchronous with weekly synchronous meetings.
For our Golden 50th Episode Spectacular, Chris Gosselin takes over the Get a CUE Podcast to interview Brandon and we talked about the first 50 episodes of the podcast. Special guests Jared Perrine (Narragansett Regional), Colleen Terrill (Seekonk), and Karen Winsper (Norton) join to talk about their favorite memories and great conversations and moments from the beginning of the Get A CUE Podcast. Chris also joins the Five Timers Club with his appearance on this episode!
Listen now.
DigCit Summer Webinar Series
Coming this summer, Webinar Wednesdays! Stay tuned for more information on this series of webinars designed to offer deeper conversations and learning for educators on Digital Citizenship.
MAY 2023
On Friday, May 5, MassCUE held its second Corporate Partner Showcase at Gillette Stadium. We would like to thank our Corporate Partners for providing professional development for attendees – a total of 14 informative sessions were provided throughout the day.  
Attendees could find a range of topics such as: State of Student Mental Health and Safety from Gaggle, Information on E-Rate funding and networks from Whalley Computer Associates, learning What’s New in 2023 with Newsela, Using your TouchView Interactive Panel in your Classroom with Ockers Company, Summer and Extended Learning Solutions from Imagine Learning, How ClassLink goes beyond SSO and Rostering, MDM program Command from Pro AV, Google Workspace for Education from Trafera, LanSchool’s Classroom Management and NetFilter, How Digital Literacy Impacts Instructional Equity with Renaissance, the Value of Esports with CDW, 21st Century Skills with Teq, IT Managed Services and Security Offerings tailored specifically for Education with ICS, and Addressing the Teacher Shortage with Proximity Learning.
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